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Medical Student Clerkships


Hinsdale Family Medicine Residency is pleased to offer clerkships to third and fourth year medical students.

To be eligible, medical students must currently be enrolled in a United States ACGME accredited medical school.

We truly enjoy having students at Hinsdale, and we hope your stay here will be enjoyable and beneficial. If you are interested in scheduling a rotation, please call Mary Fehrman, rotation coordinator, at 630-856-8944 or

General Information

Your clerkship will include many of the lectures, seminars and workshops provided for residents and medical staff. You will work directly with residents and attendings without competition from other learners. Parking passes are provided along with a discount toward your food purchases at Adventist Hinsdale Hospital.

Junior Clerkship (Outpatient Family Medicine)

Junior clerkships are accepted from the following schools only:

  • Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine
  • Loma Linda University
  • Loyola University
  • Northwestern University
  • Rush University
  • University of Illinois at Chicago

We believe that the Hinsdale Family Medicine Clinic can offer a unique experience in Family Medicine. Throughout your rotation, you will work with residents and faculty in our clinic,  nursing home and the ER. You are also urged to take advantage of all teaching conferences and behavioral science seminars available to the residents.  

Fourth Year Electives

Fourth year medical students may choose from a variety of electives that are available at Adventist Hinsdale Hospital. Some electivess are predominantly inpatient while others are primarily outpatient. Electives are available in the following areas:

  • Emergency medicine
  • Family medicine inpatient service
  • Medicine
  • Substance abuse

Outpatient Family Medicine clerkships are offered only to fourth year medical students interested in pursuing Family Medicine.